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Have you ever wondered if ORIGIN can perform in an empty warehouse?

Tech-death masters ORIGIN strike again on June 3rd with their new album, Chaosmos. The long-standing outfit celebrates not only a return to Nuclear Blast (World excluding Europe) and Agonia Records (Europe) but also rings in their 25th year on Chaosmos. Today, ORIGIN release the music video for the second single and title track “Chaosmos”. Watch the video directed by David S. Brodsky, here:

ORIGIN‘s John Longstreth comments,“Have you ever wondered if ORIGIN can perform in an empty warehouse? Here’s your chance to find out!  We’re super excited to work with the video wizards at MyGoodEye once again. We had a ton of fun filming this thing!  Enjoy CHAOSMOS!

The band is currently on their “The Space Control Tour 2022” with co-headliners MISERY INDEX.
Catch ORIGIN live on not one but TWO back to back North American tours. Tickets for both tours are available at 

ORIGIN re-tapped Kansas City-based studio guru Rob Rebeck (UNMERCIFULVÄNLADE) to engineer, produce and mix Chaosmos. The production team holed up in GFM Recording Studios in Blue Springs, Missouri, and Chapter 2 Recording in Lenexa, Kansas, over 14 days. Robeck worked the mix over four days, while Colin Maarten at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves in Queens, New York, mastered Chaosmos in two. The cover artwork was created by Santiago Jaramillo, Triple Seis Design..

Chaosmos will be available in the following formats from Nuclear Blast:

  • CD Jewel
  • Vinyl
    • Orange & Blue Galaxy (Limited to 1000)
    • Orange Swirl (Decibel Magazine exclusive limited to 200)
  • Orange Tinted Cassette (Limited to 200)

Pre-order your copy of Chaosmos, here:
Pre-save the album, here:

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